Having "cheat" days may help dieters lose weight

01/16/2013 | Canada.com

A report on BBC's "Horizon" program showed that alternating days spent between fasting and eating high-fat foods resulted in better fat mass, waist size and cholesterol levels. Data indicated that women on a high-fat diet lost 2.2 pounds more than did those on the low-fat diet, possibly because they "cheated" less, interviewer Krista Varady says.

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